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Profile Page Enhancements; Bike Rack Hunt Tomorrow!

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Don't forget to join us for this weekend's Bike Rack Hunt -- a scavenger hunt for new bike rack spots in Brooklyn Community District 1 (Williamsburg and Greenpoint), and the first public trial of the FixCity Bike Racks mapping app:

Sunday, September 20, 2:30 - 6:30 p.m.The Change You Want to See gallery84 Havemeyer St. (at Metropolitan), Brooklyn

Be sure to bring a camera or camera-equipped phone. Thanks to our generous hosts, Not An Alternative.

The hunt will be followed at 6:30 by a Streetfilms screening and festivities at the nearby Nook & Cranny Backyard Box (194 S. 2nd St. between Driggs & Roebling).

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